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►There’s something I want to listen to on the radio.
1- They’ve promised me more money, but I haven’t got it writing.
2- Why can’t you look at the problem my point of view?
3- Would you mind moving? You’re rather the way here.
4- I rang the wrong number mistake.
5- I booked our seats more than a month advance.
6- Sarah’s mobile phone was stolen while she was away a business trip.
7- Could you be quiet for a minute, please? I’m the phone.
8- We’ve had a few nice days, but general it’s been a poor summer.
9- I was lucky. I found the solution accident.
10- It’s a long journey. Let’s stop somewhere the way and have a meal.
11- I spent ages looking for a phone box. the end I found one.
12- Are you here holiday or business?
What would you ask? Use the word in brackets with the correct preposition. You may also need to use the or your.
►Ask if you can book a cabin before you travel. (advance)
Can I book a cabin in advance?
1- Ask if you can pay in notes. (cash)
2- Ask if the information is current. (date)
3- Ask your friend if he dropped the ball deliberately. (purpose)
4- Ask if there is anything to watch tonight. (television)
5- Ask your teacher if he or she will be here on the last day of July. (end)
6- Ask Melanie if she thinks nuclear power is a good idea. (opinion)
7- Ask Nick if he is selling his car. (sale)
8- Ask Sarah if she approves of the plan in general. (whole)
Complete the conversation. Put in by, in or on.
Sarah: It’s a long way to Glasgow. Why don’t you go on the train?
Mark: I don’t know. I think I’d rather go car.
Sarah: How far is your hotel from the station?
Mark: Oh, it’s only five minutes foot, but with all my luggage, I’d probably go a taxi.
Sarah: Well, why not? It’s less tiring going train, isn’t it?
Mark: I could go air. That would be quickest.